Bring fresh water to the boil.
Warm teapot by rinsing out with hot water.
Put one teaspoonful of tea per cup into      the teapot and pour immediately the boiling      water into the tea.
Slightly stir the tea after 3-5 minutes; for      fruity tea, draw 5-10 minutes, and you may              add some sugar to arouse the flavour.

  To use the appropriate quantity of tea, the right water temperature and the proper brewing time are the three key factors to make the best flavour tea.

Use 1 teaspoon of loose tea for each cup or 2 to 3 teaspoons of loose tea for a      500ml size teapot.
The size of tea leaves can be using as a guide of the time it takes to brew.            Larger tea leaves will require longer time to brew than small or broken tea leaves.
Green teas and black teas require different water temperature and brewing          time. For instance, black teas require boiling water to brew in order to bring         out the aroma and whereas green teas require lower water temperature                 (75 to 85 degree celsius) to brew.
The ideal brewing time for black teas will be 2 to 5 minutes and 1 to 3         minutes for green teas. The brewing time will base on individual preference.      (Click here for Japanese Green tea brewing time).
However, to make your own flavour tea, you will still need to experiment      your own tea to find out the ideal brewing time and what tastes good to you.


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